Suburban Extended Stay West Six Flags
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... were filming the angry pointing man). Hurricane in Cancun had delayed the flight but we were going to get free food and blankets. Fine by me! We boarded the plane, I waved goodbye to my friends - the grumpy Brit who had begun to roll his eyes every time the extremely talkative American (more talkative than me. That's a thing) started talking. The flight was turbulent which to me, was added fun. Less so for the people sat beside me who would gasp each time the plane dropped. A flight ...
... hadn't arrived yet so I got to pick a room first. I could have gone for the big one, but I went for the little one with the balcony.
After I got all settled in I went downstairs to check in for training. I was in the registration line when a hippie lookin fella with long blonde hair, leaning back in his chair oh so comfortably while eating a bag of chips starts asking me questions about where I am from, where I want to school and more. This is how I met ...
... the ruins.
We hiked the rocky bluffs with the rapid Sweetwater Creek below us to a waterfall overlook. This hike was an additional half mile. We then returned to the visitors' center and ate our lunch. After lunch, we hiked another trail at the park. We hiked about 4.2 miles today. The temperatures were in the low 80's.
... each of the three cities I have visited thus far and more importantly how I will take what I have learned and apply it to my future role at BCD. I am sure I will only add to these learnings in the last two destinations on the ATW80 itinerary.
During lunch, Thad provided us with background on his current involvement in refreshing the BCD brand. In a merger of three separate companies seven years ago, a united brand was established ...
... views and a tangible sense of wilderness. We will leave the vegetation behind shortly before reaching the next camp at Mawenzi Tarn (4,330m), spectacularly situated directly beneath the towering spires of Mawenzi. The afternoon will be free to rest or explore the surrounding area as an aid to acclimatise.
Feb 16 - Climb Day 4: Mawenzi Tarn (4,330m), Camping ...